Pakistan sent protective suits, face masks, ICU & BiPAP ventilators to Palestine

Earlier this week, Pakistan contributed medical supplies to support the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic in Palestine and Kazakhstan. The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) announced in a couple of tweets that Pakistan has “given 10K Protective Suits, 100K Face Masks, 25 ICU Ventilators, and 100 BiPAP Ventilators to Palestine”. The equipment will be transported to Palestine by the Pakistan Red Crescent Society.

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In addition, Pakistan has given Kazakhstan 5000 Protective Suits, 5000 KN-95 Masks, and 5000 Face Shields to aid in its fight against the pandemic. Pakistan recently sent medical equipment to Sri Lanka for the Covid-19 response. Pakistan donated 75 ventilators and 150 C-PAP machines made in Pakistan.

Source: Twitter